A women who doesn’t wear perfume has no future.
A women who doesn’t wear perfume has no future.
As select stores begin to re-open around the world, French Maison Louis Vuitton is inviting its employees and their children to decorate the House’s windows in a new initiative called ‘The Rainbow Project’. Hand-drawn rainbows by children and employees serve as welcoming beacons of hope during this uncertain time
Let’s turn the street into a cheerful space.
Gaston Louis Vuitton
Carrying on the company’s longstanding tradition of creating inviting and artful windows for the public to view, the collaborative effort asks participants to draw their very own version of a Rainbow – a symbol of hope and the start of a new adventure – to welcome the first months of early summer.
For every city, local rainbow drawings will brighten the store’s façades in the form of stickers or digital animated screens. Paris’ Champs-Elysees store features a selection of rainbows, created by French children, across the six-window store front.
A symbol of hope. Rainbows drawn by the children of #LouisVuitton employees have appeared across store windows worldwide as colorful beacons of joy during these challenging times.
In Madrid, a Spanish child’s rainbow drawing spans the window, hovering in clouds of Louis Vuitton monograms. Other cities that have unveiled their rainbow window displays include Milan, Rome and Frankfurt.
Look out for the rest of ‘The Rainbow Project’ to be unveiled throughout the month of May in selected Louis Vuitton stores worldwide. Come into the beautiful world of Louis Vuitton.
If social distancing hasn’t phased you at all, you might be exactly the type of person NASA is looking for for its upcoming simulation, but you must be fluent in both English ànd Russian.
Thanks to proximity and relatively similar conditions as Earth, Mars has long been on the list of planets humans are endeavoring to visit, if not colonize. At the same time, since the birth of the Space Force, the U.S. has also expressed its intentions to return to the Moon.
The research will be conducted to study the effects of isolation and confinement as participants work to successfully complete their simulated space mission.
Working towards these two goals, NASA is now recruiting people for an isolation simulation, where a crew of supposed spacefarers will spend eight months locked in a fake spaceship, using virtual reality and carrying out different assigned tasks. In particular, they’re searching for healthy, non-smaking candidates aged between 30 and 55 who are fluent in both English and Russian – as the simulation will take place in Moscow – and must have either at least a Bachelor’s degree or have completed military officer training. Of course, those selected will also be compensated financially.
Christian Dior’s sister was a woman of strong character, heroine of the Resistance. She was the vigilant guardian of her brother’s memory, always preferring the present moment to nostalgia worship. Simplicity, courage and loyalty seemed to be the watchwords of Catherine Dior’s life. Miss Dior was created for her… A brother’s discreet tribute to his beloved sister.
Created in 1947 by Jean Charles and Paul Vacher, Miss Dior is a Chypre floral. Top notes are aldehydes, gardenia, clary saga, galbanum, and bergamot. Middle-notes are iris, carnation, jasmine, neroli, lilly-of-the-valley, orris root, rose, and narcissus. Base notes are vetiver, sandalwood, amber, oakmoss, patchouli, labdanum and leather.
Today Miss Dior is available in several sizes and different flacons, accompanied by a beautiful bathline. The collection is available at Dior boutiques and selected stores worldwide. Come into the beautiful world of Christian Dior.
New Avon Company (‘Avon’) is the leading social selling beauty company in North America, with independent sales Representatives throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, and through affiliation in Canada. Avon’s portfolio includes award-winning skincare, color cosmetics, fragrance, personal care, and health and wellness products featuring brands such as ANEW, Skin So Soft, CHI, and The Face Shop, as well as fashion and accessories.
Avon has a 134-year history of empowering women through economic opportunity and supporting the causes that matter most to women. Avon philanthropy has contributed over $1 billion globally toward eradicating breast cancer and domestic violence.
Avon is making a milestone step in the brand’s longstanding commitment to managing their environmental footprint: the iconic Avon brochure will be updated to showcase a digital refresh. The new digital initiative allows Avon to improve the selling experience for Avon Representatives throughout North America in an easier, more streamlined process, as well as help address the company’s continuous improvement to protect the planet, and it launches April 30th in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
The entirely interactive, digital catalog will bring the Avon experience to life in a completely new way. The monumental move of switching to a new digital platform allows Avon to help their Representatives expand their reach even further. The browsing and buying experience will be optimized for desktop and mobile with shoppable posts, video make-up tutorials, influencer-created content, interviews with product creators, video reviews, animations and more.
Cutting-edge AR makeup will also be a key feature with functions such as Virtual Try-On, Foundation Shade Finder and Concealer Shade Finder. This will allow customers to virtually try on makeup shades before buying and discover their shade matches.
Avon Representatives can also customize their Avon catalog and experience for shoppers allowing them more room to promote their business. Seamless sharing with let all users share any page or content via social, email or SMS. Now Representatives can consult with their customers and literally sell products digitally anytime, anywhere.
Avon’s paper brochure will still be available. Last year it began printing in smaller dimensions, less ink, fewer pages and a lighter quality paper. The paper is also sourced from sustainably managed, PFEC-certified forests with controlled sources. In doing so, Avon has moved to a significantly higher cost-efficient method, and the goal is to have the brochure be exclusively digital in the next few years.
Other recent noteworthy Avon initiatives around Earth Day include a greater visibility for Avon’s product safety policy and prohibited ingredient lists through more accessible placement on the website. In addition, Avon will continue its status as one of the few cosmetic companies to list all ingredients of each product on its website.
Providing full transparency to customers before they try to purchase a product. Avon will also continue its current animal welfare policy and eliminating animal-derived ingredients from new products. All Avon cartons are now made of FSC-certified paperboard as well.
Finally, Avon will continue its longstanding partnership with Feed the Children. Over the last 16 years, Avon has donated and diverted from landfills over 15 million pounds of personal care, hygiene and beauty products, clothing, shoes and home essentials for distribution to children and families in need.
Fashion designer André Courrèges was particularly known for his streamlined 1960s designs influenced by modernism and futurism, exploiting modern technology and new fabrics. Courrèges defined the go-go boot. The original go-go boots, as defined by André Courrèges in 1964, were white, low-heeled, and mid-calf in height, a specific style which is sometimes called the Courrèges boot. Along with Mary Quant, is one of the designers credited with inventing the miniskirt.
The New York Times described him as ‘The brightest blaze of the year’. to emphasis the change from the little black dress to the white dress. Designers such as Pierre Cardin and Paco Rabanne taking influences towards ‘Future’ fashion looks. With new popularity, his designs trickled down to mass production companies that created affordable designs similar to Courrèges.
He paired his shorter skirts with white or colored leather, iconic calf-high boots that added a confident flair to the ensemble. This look became one of the most important fashion developments of the decade and was widely copied. Accessories were inspired by astronauts equipment such as; goggles, helmets and flat boots. White and metallic colour ways were implemented to emphasise the futuristic collection. He utilised unconventional materials such as metal, plastic and PVC which was unusual for couture ateliers.
Already in 1997 Maison Courrèges dreamed up the perfume 2020, which was drawn in floral, fruity and woody lines, revolving around a note of frosted pear. The iconic fashion house of the sixties today renews its futuristic verve, to bring us to a future tinged with audacity and freedom.
With the new line Colognes Imaginaires, Courrèges projects us into the future. True to its avant-garde soul, the French Maison still dares to imagine an optimistic future, through a range of colognes filled with a positive spirit.
Courrèges 2030 Verbena Crush
Created by perfumer Mylène Alran, 2030 Verbena Crush, is undoubtedly the one that fits most in the ‘cologne’ universe, with its citrus and aromatic notes. Zooming in on the green and tart nuances of verbena, whose essential oil inevitably evokes the scent of lemon, the scent brings some herbaceous touches, as well. Alran dreamed of a future tinged with serenity, so she embroidered her composition around a crumpled verbena leaf (whose soothing properties are known). Orange and lemon brighten it with a zesty and luminous effect, and some herbaceous notes stretch the greenness of the plant, carried by hedione to dress it with an aerial transparency. In the background, the musks imbue the perfume with a comfortable and padded suppleness. A scent of soft and sparkling freshness.
Courrèges 2040 Nectar Tonka
On the opposite side of the olfactive map, 2040 Nectar Tonka foresees a warm future, with its slightly gourmand oriental notes. Still a ‘light’ fragrance – we stay in the ‘cologne’ style – perfumer Benoist Lapouza put the round and almondy notes of tonka bean center stage, hemmed with vanilla and enriched with some woody and spicy touches (pepper, cinnamon) to complete the picture. A fairly dense and textured feeling emerges from the whole, which will appeal to lovers of enveloping ‘colognes’.
Courèges 2050 Berrie Flash
Since the future will have plants, or there won’t be a future at all, perfumer Nicolas Beaulieu portrayed it with green, sparkling, fruity notes. 2050 Berrie Flash reveals itself under a lively, sparkling flight, which gives pride of place to juniper berries. This very uplifting sensation, underlined with some spicy touches of cardamom and nutmeg, is placed around a bay leaf note with vegetal accents. The blackcurrant bud brings up all of its green and fruity nuances, and a few rose and geranium touches are outlined in the background, resting on a wooded bed. An at once powerful and mutinous ‘cologne’.
Courrèges 2060 Cedar Pulp
Created by Fanny Bal, the perfumer is hoping to ‘be surprised’ by the omens of a distant future, a feeling she conveys pretty successfully with 2060 Cedar Pulp. Behind the name with a woody and sparkling universe hides a ‘cologne’ that’s rather soft and powdery at first. It has green, herbaceous (basil) nuances that dress up an almond-like opening of heliotropin. The ‘sweet almond’ effect is quite realistic, while being treated with finesse in the balancing of the composition. The cedar brings strength and structure to the whole, while the musks end up rounding the contours with softness and suppleness. This powdery composition, twisted with green and woody notes, arises between classicism and modernity.
The Colognes Imaginaires Collection is ready for the future. Te range is built from organic and recyclable materials (organic beet alcohol, biodegradable wooden covers, resourceable glass, recyclable paper case, etc.), and the ingredients of natural origin that are used in the formulas come from sustainable sources.
Courrèges Colognes Imaginaires are available as 100ml at selected stores worldwide. Come into the beautiful world of Courrèges.
L’Oréal Paris, the #1 global beauty brand, launches the 15th year of its signature philanthropic platform, Women of Worth. The program searches for, honors and champions women who selflessly give back to their communities and build the worth of others every day. Over the past 14 years, L’Oréal Paris has honored 140 women with a combined $1.8 million, amplified their worthy causes and provided them with a national platform to share their stories to make an even greater impact in the lives of others.
Now more than ever, L’Oréal Paris continues to be wholly dedicated to these women, believing that in a time of crisis, it is crucial to give support to those who give so much of themselves to help the most vulnerable among us. In the spirit of its iconic tagline, ‘Because You’re Worth It’, L’Oréal Paris today announces the call for its 2020 Women of Worth nominations to the public at WomenofWorth.com.
Now through Tuesday, June 30, 2020, nominate a woman who is leading a non-profit organization that is making a difference in her community for the chance to become one of the 10 Women of Worth 2020 Honorees and receive up to $35,000 in donations. Additionally, Americans are asked to share the story of a woman who is truly inspirational in her work on the front lines in the fight against coronavirus. L’Oréal Paris will honor one of these Covid-19 Women of Worth throughout the program.
L’Oréal Paris’ Women of Worth program has always been focused on elevating everyday women who dedicate their lives to serving their communities. Today, their work addressing a wide range of vulnerable populations is more important than ever. L’Oréal Paris has a unique ability to give these women and their causes a national platform, helping to elevate their stories and bring additional resources to underserved communities. We are proud of the 140 women we have honored to date and are humbled to be able to honor even more women this year. They are examples of the change that can happen when we believe that we are all worth it.
Ali Goldstein, L’Oréal Paris USA President
In addition to receiving financial support for her organization, L’Oréal Paris provides each of the Women of Worth with a platform for her story, and the opportunity to build a network that amplifies her cause and makes an even greater impact. The 2020 Honorees will join the 140 Women of Worth alumnae, who stand for a diverse range of causes and inspirational stories. From a survivor of conversion therapy who is teaching women in similar situations how to cope and thrive, to a teenager tackling hunger and homelessness in her community, the multifaceted Women of Worth are embracing their worth and instilling it within others.
Since 2005, L’Oréal Paris has partnered with Points of Light, the world’s largest organization dedicated to volunteer service, to orchestrate the call for nominations and welcome Honorees within the fold as shining examples of how giving back can truly change the world. Each of the Women of Worth will receive $10,000. One National Honoree, selected by popular vote, will be awarded an additional $25,000 for her work. All 2020 Honorees will be recognized and celebrated later this year.
For more information about the Women of Worth, to nominate a fearless woman making a difference in the world, or to learn more about past Honorees, visit Women of Worth.
For more information on Points of Light’s innovative programs, campaigns and events, visit Points of Light.
The French Maison’s collection honors the their long-standing tradition of creating fine objects. Skilfully and uniquely crafted in precious leathers and metals, lacquer and marquetry, each of these designs manifests the Cartier ‘Art de Vivre’.
Based on a quartzite, a panther sculpted from black nephrite jade with tsavorite eyes, looks playfully to the High Jewelry Panthère des Glaces clock. The clock was created of 18k white gold, rock crystal, and 40 brilliant-cut diamonds totaling 1.24 carats, The hour marker and crown are made of blue opal. A 6002MC mechanical movement with manual winding tell you the time.
Ohh how beautiful and timeless is this beauty. But for me only something to dream of…. Come into the beautiful and precious world of Cartier.
When we cannot actually be together, nothing beats the wonderful feeling of working together on something good for someone else, however small it may be.
Rituals Cosmetics doneted 200.000 Rituals goodie bags with products as a small gesture of thanks to all the fabulous doctors, nurses and caretakers of all 80 of the hospitals in the Netherlands. Come into the beautiful world of Rituals.
Boss Ma Vie Pour Femme was inspired by the independent spirit of a woman as she pauses to indulge in the simple moments in life; in this moment,she is at her most captivating, exuding a glow of femininity and confidence. Fresh, indulgent and fulfilling, this perfume, created around the cactus flower invites you to take time to savour your life.
The Boss Na Vie Pour Femme set contains a 30ml Eau de Parfum and a 100ml Body Lotion. The set is available at selected stores around the world. Come into the beautiful world of Hugo Boss.